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Spectacular Scotland for less
For more than 25 years, the Hebridean Princess has cruised Scotland’s wildest waters, allowing guests to marvel at some of its most remote destinations while enjoying a level of refinement akin to a country house. With capacity for just 50 passengers,
it is one of the most intimate experiences on the market and Food and Travel readers can enjoy 15 per cent off one of three incredible adventures: Argyll’s Atlantic Islands, Highlights of the Inner Hebrides or Taste of the Outer Isles. They all depart from Oban and include delicious meals, snacks and drinks, as well as entrance fees to castles, gardens and other places of interest along the way. To book or for more information, call 01756 704 704 quoting ‘Food&Travel;’. http://hebridean.co.uk
Jon Finch and Ben Merrington have pioneered the American barbecue movement in the UK and their new cookbook, Grillstock (Sphere), is packed with tips to help you master the art of cooking over fire. Get stuck in for £15 (RRP £20) with free p&p when you call 01832 737 525 with the code ‘LB2 10’.
The Curious Bartender’s Gin Palace
Bar owner and gin connoisseur Tristan Stephenson’s first book The Curious Bartender’s Gin Palace (RPS) is a trove of recipes, facts and insights into the manufacturing process behind everyone’s favourite spirit. It’s £11.99 including p&p (RRP £16.99) when you call 01256 302 699 quoting ‘GL3’.
Learn to cook like a thoroughly modern Italian mamma with Mammissima (Bloomsbury). Elisabetta Minervini’s plates are heavily influenced by Puglian ingredients such as octopus, peppers and orecchiette. Tuck in for £16 (RRP £20) at bloomsbury.com and quote the code ‘GLR HN8’.
In Bondi Harvest (Harper Collins), chefs, surfers and best friends Guy Turland and Mark Alston show you how to cook like the person you wish you were. Healthy, creative recipes that are fresh off the beach. Enjoy for £15 (RRP £20) including p&p by calling 08445 768 122, and using the code ‘LB2 10’.